ex lege

ex lege

‘by law’.
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The grounds upon which Linnaeus would fain have banished the whales from the waters, he states as follows: On account of their warm bilocular heart, their lungs, their movable eyelids, their hollow ears, penem intrantem feminam mammis lactantem, and finally, ex lege naturae jure meritoque.
(...) Et si dicatis, ergo omnis lex humana est divina, si derivatur ab illa, negatur consequentia, quia intelligo quod non repugnet illi, et dirigit ad hoc quod serventur leges divinae, et quod aliquo modo deriventur ab illa, quia in syllogismo practico oportet ponere maiorem ex lege naturali vel divina>>.
Para ello estudia primero el concepto de <<responsabilidad juridica>>, distinguiendo entre responsabilidad ex delicto, ex contractu, ex lege, y responsabilidad contractual-responsabilidad extracontractual, responsabilidad directa e indirecta, responsabilidad interna y externa.
Most Bulgarian religious institutions and communities objected to this part of the Act, and expressed serious concerns about the ex lege recognition of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
Although some international treaties aim to harmonise certain grounds for acquisition of nationality, one can still observe a huge variety of grounds for acquisition ex lege. The most current ways of acquisition of nationality by birth are acquisition iure sanguinis (by birth as a child of a national) and acquisition iure soli (by birth on the territory of a State).